The Pros And Cons Of The Internet

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One of the most revolutionary invention is the Internet, and throughout the years it has evolved. People throughout the world use the Internet to access their mail, shopping, communication, and social media. Therefore, Some infrastructure components that are important for providing the surface web to the public are providing people to find and access what they want. Moreover, the surface web enables people to access everyday Internet use such as Facebook, Twitter, and other Social Media platforms. Surface Web is a “portion of the World Wide Web that is readily available to the general public and searchable with standard web search engines” It is mind-blowing on how big the web is and it is hard to believe that the searched contents are limited. JJ Rosen stated that “Google has placed in its index an estimated 35 trillion Web pages across the Internet worldwide. While this is an amazing statistic, believe it or not, 35 trillion is barely the tip of the iceberg. Google's index represents only an estimated 4 percent of the information that exists on the Internet”. Therefore, ninety six percent of contents are not commercialized by Google or Bing's known as Deep Web and are harder to access than Surface Web. Software servers are able to identify billions of pages, but search engine like Bing or Google that the ability to optimize the pages that are relevant to what is being searched. Furthermore, the Deep web is not indexable by search engines and as stated in the book that “

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